Kattwalk Salon launches book drive for Kent Youth & Family Services’ Summer Youth Program

  • Thursday, June 6, 2019 12:14pm
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Kattwalk Salon in Kent has organized a community book drive for the Kent Youth and Family Services Summer Youth Program.

From June 6 through July 31, residents from Kent and surrounding communities can donate new or used books for all ages in exchange for a free brow wax at the salon, 12911 SE Kent-Kangley Road.

All books will be donated to the KYFS program.

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